Bullitt County History

African American Death Reports, 1870 Mortality Schedule

The following list is transcribed from the 1870, Bullitt County Mortality Schedule by Daniel Buxton. Possible additions and corrections are welcome. Contact us using the link above.

Blacks listed in 1870 Bullitt County Mortality Schedule

Fmly#NameAgeSexStatusPOBDODProfessionCause of Death
18Lubertha Crow3FKYSep 1869Typhoid Fever
44Geo Strother20MKYApr 1870LaborerGun Shot
54Fanny Bassey40FKYFeb 1870Domstic ServantLumbral Spinal Abscers
7Henry Simmons6MKYAug 1869Depthera
7Juana Simmons1MKYAug 1869Depthera
13Nelson Jones14dMKYDec 1869Tetanus
16Sarah Brown21dFKYMar 1870Cholera Infection
86Eda Moran80FWidowedVAMar 1870At HomeTyphoid Fever
89Jane Wade60FWidowedKYApr 1870Domstic ServantDropsy of Heart
141Abe Simmons1moMKYJun 1869Cholera Infection
331Lewis Garrin19MKYJan 1870LaborerConsumption
457Infant Johnson7dMKYFeb 1870Cholera Infection

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